Temporary Traffic Control
Get temporary traffic control training with us. Register for our SCDOT and GDOT approved training courses today! One year of documented experience in work zone traffic control is required as a prerequisite. We're also a recognized traffic control training program in many more states, too!
This two-day program prepares work zone supervisors to interpret, adapt and implement Traffic Control Plans. Temporary Traffic Control is based on the most current federal regulations and reviewed by leading industry experts.
It's based on real-world situations; experienced instructors lead students through problem-solving exercises using the Federal Highway Administration's Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and state guidelines.
Steps to Enroll:
Completed Prerequisite Form
One year of documented experience in work zone traffic control
Recertification Courses—GA & SC
Georgia Online Renewal (every 3 years)
Complete the exam online. Within 2 business days after registering, you'll receive a study guide to refresh. Two days prior to your scheduled test, you'll receive the testing link.
Georgia Classroom Renewal (every 3 years)
In this 4-hour instructor-led refresher course, you'll receive a study guide and personal coaching before taking the exam in the classroom.
Compare Course Options
Temporary Traffic Control Design & Supervision
Certification course (2-day)
Ideal for experienced temporary traffic control work zone personnel and project engineers pursuing management roles
Implement and design traffic control plans with safety training and MUTCD guidelines
Work Zone Technician
Introductory training (1-day)
Ideal for roadway personnel looking for exposure to work zone techniques and terminology
Gain a practical understanding of traffic control procedures, operating temporary traffic control devices, and following MUTCD guidelines
Learn Your State's Requirements
SCNSC is a recognized provider for training in the following states: Connecticut, Washington DC, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina* (additional requirements), Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Tennessee. Wondering about your state's requirements? Check out our state-by-state breakdown or visit your Department of Transportation website.
Temporary Traffic Control Contact
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